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Learn how to make a Seafood Tagliatelle in a simple, easy and fast way!
I’m going to be showing you how to make my Seafood Tagliatelle with Prawns and Salmon. It’s packed full of flavour and omega-3 oils and it’s reallysimple to make.
2 Salmon Fillets
60g drained Anchovies
60g Black Olives
2 tbsp Capers
125g pre-cooked Prawns
2 Garlic Cloves
1 tin Chopped Tomatoes
250g fresh Tagliatelle
Oil (to fry)
- Take the garlic cloves, peel them then finely chop them. Then set the Garlic aside.
- Get your jar of Anchovies and drain the oil from them and put your Anchovies into a bowl.
- Then briefly mash them with a folk until they’re a bit smoother.
- Next, get yourself a saucepan that’ll be bit enough to hold all of the ingredients apart from the Tagliatelle.
- Drizzle in a bit of Oil then sprinkle in your Garlic and fry for about 5 minutes until they just about turn brown.
- Then, pour in your mashed Anchovies and fry for another 5 minutes until everything mixes together and becomes combined.
- Add your Olives, your Capers and your tin of Chopped Tomatoes. Once everything’s in there, give everything a thorough stir and make sure everything in the pan is combined.
- Leave it to simmer for about 15 to 20 minutes, or until the sauce thickens up nicely.
- And whilst it’s simmering away, you can prepare the Salmon by slicing each of the fillets into chunks.
- So once your sauce has thickened up nicely, you then need to pour in your pre-cooked Prawns and the Salmon you sliced up earlier into the sauce.
- Again, give everything in the pan a thorough stir to make sure all of the ingredients are combined and leave it to simmer away for a further 5-10 minutes to make sure the Salmon cooks through.
- And in the meantime, you can prepare the Tagliatelle according to the instructions on the pack – which usually takes about 5 minutes in a pan of boiling water.
- And then, everything’s ready to dish up, best served in a bowl and then sprinkled with some fresh Basil.
- Your Seafood Tagliatelle is ready!